Club Cactus Paradise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... and time-share condos on the cliffs overlooking the harbor.
Ephesus is about half-an-hour’s drive from Kusadasi, and consists of a well-developed archeological site of a sizable Roman city dating back to 3000 BC.
And before that, there is evidence that the area was colonized by the Ionians in the 10th century BC.
Of particular note was the entrance to the Library ...
... of the terraced houses... the Celsus library... the setting of the city against the hills with its fertile plain leading to the sea, where 2000 years ago there was a river estuary and a carved-out harbour. A couple of hours simply vanishes. We also visit the ruins of the huge St John Basilica on the neighbouring hill... which also contains a fortress from Moorish times. Recent excavations suggest that this hill is the site of the very first settlement. ...
... all meals and at the end they give you Turkish tea with a little baklava. Next day we went to one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, ancient city of Ephesus beside the heat and the people it was a surreal experience and the thing that stood out the most was that people are allowed to walk over these precious ruins. We went and saw traditional Gozleme (turkish oancakes well sort of ...
... us to a recommended hotel in Selcuk's old section, away from the center, just below the castle.. The hotel Amazon Petite Palace stood in the place where we expected find a different hotel. We found an excellent room at the newly renovated Amazon Petite Palace and it was ideal. Selcuk is not often recommended as a place to spend the night. But we found this section of town very ...
... br> We stopped to see the ruins of a hamam (bath house) which looked like stone bee hives, and then to “The cave of the Seven Sleepers” where seven young Christians apparently escaped and took shelter, falling asleep and supposedly waking up 200 years later when Christianity had become the official religion. It was hot and dusty there (but free) and the best part – other than the prayer tree which actually looked like it was covered in bits ...